BHT for Viruses, Cancer and Longevity

On this episode of Wizard Health I’ll be discussing the many benefits of BHT (butylated hydroxytoluene).

BHT has been shown through numerous studies to be effective against lipid containing viruses, reduce cancer rates, serve as a strong antioxidant and increase average lifespans.

This molecule’s usefulness against viruses is why I felt inspired to talk to you about it in this midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. BHT isn’t effective against all viruses, but here’s a list of some that it is effective against:

  • Herpes
  • Ebola
  • Hepatitis
  • HIV
  • All flu strains
  • Measles
  • Chicken Pox
  • Smallpox
  • SARS (a Coronavirus)

You can pick this stuff up for super cheap online at places like Amazon. If you’re going to try it, please download and read Steve Fowkes book covering all of the details before trying it yourself:

Thanks for stopping by!

Cahlen Lee
Cahlen Lee

2 thoughts on “BHT for Viruses, Cancer and Longevity

  1. Consuming high-dose BHT seems not a good idea to me. BHT is a fat-soluble antioxidant often added to oils and fats as a preservative. Some rail against it. Tocopherol, Vitamin E, is also fat soluble antioxidant that binds to lipid membranes. Typically it is advised to take Vit E with food; its this warning given with BHT? Vitamin C is an antioxidant with a higher oxidation potential than vitamin E but it is water soluble. Consequently, when Vit E gives up its electron in its job as antioxidant, Vit C comes along in the blood stream and restores its activity, so Vit C and Vit E act synergistically. Seems to me that Vit C is a much better supplement than BHT and it safety at even high doses is well established.

    1. I agree that caution should be used with BHT, and Vitamin E and C are probably better in most situations. I’d say the situations where BHT will shine is skin conditions caused by virus.

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